Building futuristic materials sensing technologies requires a team of real experts, and our G2MT team includes metallurgists, material scientists, electrical, computer, and mechanical engineers, all focused on our goal of providing next-generation analytical solutions to age-old problems.
Our technology lead is our CTO, Dr. Angelique Lasseigne. Lasseigne is the founder of G2MT and inventor of the materials characterization technologies. She has produced over 80 publications, mainly in the areas of hydrogen, corrosion, and nondestructive evaluation. She received bachelors degrees in physics and metallurgical engineering and her M.S. and Ph.D. in metallurgical engineering from the Colorado School of Mines. She was awarded the National Research Council’s Postdoctoral Fellowship which she completed at the National Institute of Standards and Technology in Boulder, CO. She continues to collaborate with NIST, including hydrogen diffusion analysis and the measurement of hydrogen during large-scale tensile and fatigue testing in a newly built hydrogen testing facility. Dr. Lasseigne is widely recognized as an expert in the effects and measurement of hydrogen in metals, and has performed cutting-edge testing on a wide variety of metals, fuel cell and battery materials, and composites. Her experience is broad, covering areas as diverse as welding, nuclear materials, power generation, pipelines, refineries, and corrosion.
CEO – Joshua Jackson, PhD – Dr. Joshua E. Jackson is the co-founder of G2MT and his focus as the CEO is to oversee the projects during development of next-generation materials characterization technologies, including characterization tools for the assessment of residual stress, High-Temperature Hydrogen Attack (HTHA), materials properties, and aging. Dr. Jackson has over 60 publications and previously played a key role in writing twelve funded government or industrial proposals. He received B.S. degrees in mathematics and physics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) while working on several physics projects for Dr. David Pritchard and then M.S. and Ph.D. degrees at the Colorado School of Mines (CSM) under Dr. David Olson and Dr. Brajendra Mishra. His research areas include electrochemical and gaseous corrosion, high-temperature materials, coatings,
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